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Wednesday 29 June 2016 10:02 AM

Maidenhead United FC News

The end of an era has been called at Maidenhead United with the news that club stalwart Mark Nisbet is to leave after a decade with the Magpies.

But he won't be straying far from York Road, with a deal announced last week that he is making the short move down the M4 to join up with Slough Town.

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09:06 Thu 16 Jun 2016
Alan Devonshire Alan Devonshire said he is 'delighted' at signing new right back James Hammond. He joined from Concord Rangers and will begin training with the squad for preseason in 12 days. Devonshire tipped the athletic defender
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18:02 Wed 08 Jun 2016
Nisbet The end of an era has been called at Maidenhead United with the news that club stalwart Mark Nisbet is to leave after a decade at York Road. The ex-skipper, who joined in 2006, confirmed
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09:00 Thu 02 Jun 2016
Maidenhead United manager Alan Devonshire Alan Devonshire believes new signing Sean Marks will bring a winning mentality to the Maidenhead United dressing room. Marks, who has signed for the Magpies after playing more than 300 games for Braintree Town, is
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10:58 Mon 13 Jun 2016
James Hammond in action for Concord Rangers in the 2-2 draw at York Road on the final day of the season Maidenhead United have signed the Concord Rangers' right back James Hammond. Hammond, who played his final game for Rangers in the 2-2 draw against the Magpies at York Road on the final day of last
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15:30 Thu 02 Jun 2016
Burnham chairman Gary Reeves and former England international Luther Blissett Former England international Luther Blissett chats with Dan about the new Burnham Academicals Academy for this week's podcast. The former Watford man is in charge of the new venture with Burnham FC, which is aiming
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15:53 Tue 31 May 2016
Maidenhead United Maidenhead United have finalised their pre-season friendly program ahead of the new season. The Magpies kick off with friendly matches away to Thatcham Town and Penn & Tylers Green on the same day, Saturday, July
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15:06 Wed 22 Jun 2016
Reading FC's academy manager Eamonn Dolan, who died on Monday Tributes poured in from across the football world this week following the death of Reading FC's academy manager Eamonn Dolan. Dolan lost his battle with cancer on Monday, at the age of 48, and tributes
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12:00 Wed 04 May 2016
Maidenhead United Maidenhead United's season came to an end at the weekend with the Magpies achieving their second highest finish in league football. This week's SportsTALK reflects on a year that exceeded expectations and hears from manager
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10:00 Sun 26 Jun 2016
Jon Underwood and Neil Baker have fixed up deals for two new defenders Slough Town have signed the calibre of player who wouldn't look out of place in the Conference South, says boss Jon Underwood. The Rebels' joint manager admits Slough have to make huge strides next season,
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11:30 Wed 22 Jun 2016
PROUD: Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth. Wycombe Wanderers FC have fought off competition from several league clubs for the signature of highly-rated striker Dayle Southwell this week. The Chairboys have signed the 22-year-old forward from Boston United on a two-year deal
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Maidenhead United FC News

Maidenhead United FC York RoadMaidenhead United FC play their football in the Blue Square South League and have done since winning promotion to the division in 2007/08.

Nicknamed The Magpies, their home is York Road, a ground that has historical significance as it is recognised as the oldest continuously used football ground in the world.

Boss Johnson Hippolyte has been in charge of the club since 2006 when he took over following the departure of Carl Taylor.

Hippolyte, or Drax as he is well known, is a manager who looks to give youth a chance and he has built a squad based on exciting young talent.

Maidenhead United have struggled in recent seasons, however, and finished the 2011/12 season in the relegation zone but they survived the drop due to a reprieve.

Despite their struggles in the league in that season, they did enjoy a superb run in the FA Cup where they reached the first round proper.

A crowd of just under 3,000 saw them draw 1-1 with League 2 side Aldershot at York Road, they went on to lose 2-0 in the replay.

Return to our Maidenhead United FC page for all the latest football scores, transfer news, pre-match coverage and post-match reaction.

Club: Maidenhead United FC

Nickname: The Magpies

Formed: 1870

Ground: York Road

League: Blue Square South

Chairman: Peter Griffin

Manager: Johnson Hippolyte

Twitter: @MUFCYorkRoad